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AMERICAN YIDDISH BOOKS
1956-1957
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OME interesting data on the status of Yiddish books during
the past year are available. According to one publisher, the
sales of Yiddish books have increased over previous years. The
growing demand has led to the establishment of two new Yiddish
publishing houses — one in New York and the other in Israel. In
addition to the two major Yiddish book centers in New York and